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Bestselling Author Rory Freedman And Chef Tal Ronnen Team Up For Charity

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One of our all-time favorite authors Rory Freedman and celebrity chef Tal Ronnen are teaming up for an exciting new auction to help raise money for People Protecting Animals & Their Habitats (PPATH).

Rory Freedman is the international bestselling author of Skinny Bitch. With two million copies in print, translations in 27 languages, and nearly three years on the New York Times bestseller list, this chick is vegan royalty! Of course, you know Tal Ronnen as the author of The Conscious Cook and the vegan chef who’s cooked for Oprah, Ellen and Portia, and Arianna Huffington.

Here’s the deal: Rory and Tal want to prepare dinner for you and 3 friends, and they are auctioning off the experience on CharityBuzz.com. All the money raised will help PPATH continue their hard work on gulf response, planning, and building sustainable wetland programs.

As someone who’s eaten Tal’s food and dined with the one and only Skinny Bitch, I can guarantee you that this prize package is worth its weight in gold. Plus, you’re helping a great organization; it doesn’t get much better than that.

To find out more and place a bid, stop by CharityBuzz.com!

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